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WD45 and a Hitch

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Michael W

08-14-2008 14:03:12

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Hello all,

The draw bar has a hole for a pin, I thought I could place a 2" ball on it. Well the hole is not round and a hair to small. Any suggestions?

The previous owner only used a pin with a brush hog. I volunteer ar an open air park and all the items there are mostly 2" balls. There are a few pins, I would like to beable to have all 3 ball sizes and a Pin on one bar so I do not have to worry about switching them out.

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Tramway Guy

08-16-2008 16:20:10

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 Re: WD45 and a Hitch in reply to Michael W, 08-14-2008 14:03:12  
Get a ball with a smaller bolt. They make them in different sizes...

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08-14-2008 15:44:57

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 Re: WD45 and a Hitch in reply to Michael W, 08-14-2008 14:03:12  
Maybe you could bolt a piece of metal to the drawbar and bore holes in it to put the balls on. Good luck Amo

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